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10/8/14: Governor Walker Named to “Dirty Dozen”; Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters Launches $1 Million Campaign
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters (WLCV) and the national League of Conservation Voters (LCV) announced today that Governor Scott Walker has been named to LCV’s “Dirty Dozen in the States.” The announcement launched WLCV’s $1 million campaign targeting Gov. Walker for his abysmal record on conservation issues.
9/3/14: Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters Calls on DNR Secretary Stepp to Reject Smart Sand Green Tier Application
“The decision of whether to undermine the integrity of the Green Tier program or not rests in the hands of Governor Walker appointee, Secretary Stepp. We join thousands of others in asking Secretary Stepp to stop delaying and reject the Smart Sand Green Tier application,” concluded Sayers.
“Not only does Smart Sand not meet the Green Tier criteria, they are guilty of violating air pollution standards already. Awarding them with this special recognition would be nothing less than greenwashing. And that’s not going to sit well with Wisconsin citizens, past Green Tier recipients, or us,” said Anne Sayers, program director for Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters.